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Article: Hegemony and post-colonial Hong Kong hybridity: Jūnzǐ, Yi, Xin, and concepts of the rule of law in a Confucian context
|Title||Hegemony and post-colonial Hong Kong hybridity: Jūnzǐ, Yi, Xin, and concepts of the rule of law in a Confucian context|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press.|
Chinese Journal of Comparative Law, How to Cite?
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|dc.title||Hegemony and post-colonial Hong Kong hybridity: Jūnzǐ, Yi, Xin, and concepts of the rule of law in a Confucian context||-|
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